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Use Windows 8 the way it’s intended. These huge, high-res touchscreens tilt deeply for easier use.
If you've been holding out on getting a new 13-inch MacBook Pro, now's the time to buy.
Dell shows that that all-in-ones can deliver both looks and strong performance.
Add SIX USB ports, drive two additional displays, gain gigabit ethernet, and more.
Double is an easy-to-use robot that uses an iPad for its controls and videoconferencing.
Who needs Dropbox when you can get 2TB of web-accessible storage this cheap?
The new iMac isn't exciting, but it offers a very good performance for the price.
Yes, you can buy a 17.3-inch Haswell-powered notebook with a discrete GPU for $1100. Just be prepared to make some compromises in features.
Monoprice's new display uses high-quality IPS panels.
Outfitted with a fast Intel CPU and 12GB RAM, the Inspiron 2350 proves that all-in-ones can be both handsome and good performers.
The Brother MFC-J870DW is affordably priced, and it comes with a long list of features. Its performance is just average, however, so it’s a buy for quantity rather than quality.
Lenovo’s pricey new entry in the Ultrabook market caters deftly to business users, but it fails to deliver most of what’s good about Ultrabooks: speed, portability, and convenience.
This external USB 3.0 hard drive boasts write performance rivaling that of an external SSD.
The technology is great—provided you like the one laptop model it’s currently compatible with.
This mil-spec tested tablet can take punishment, but its performance is held back by a slow processor and a small amount of memory.
We go eyes-on with new models from HP, NEC, and Samsung, whose expansive screens and pivoting hinges give you more options for viewing content or images.